222 days ago

Kai Moana E!

Center Manager from Greta Point - Active Explorers

Kai Moana E!

Kina, kina,
Wheke, wheke
Ika, ika,
Tuna, tuna,
Pipi, pipi,
Paua, paua,
Kai Moana e!

This song is a favorite at Greta, and there’s nothing like listening to our Tamariki sing this and follow the actions at mat time!

What a special treat today to be able to show the tamariki several kina and have them watch and learn about how to open one and what parts to eat!

Thank you to our wonderful Kaiako Dana for bringing this in and sharing this experience with the Greta Tamariki!

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